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Jun 25, 2010

FORT SNELLING, MINN.—Maj. Kenneth C. Gawronski, the incoming Commanding Officer of Recruiting Station Twin Cities, hands the station’s organizational colors back to SgtMaj James C. Kirkland, the sergeant major for Recruiting Station Twin Cities, during a change of command ceremony held on the grounds of Historic Fort Snelling, June 25. The Battle Colors of a Marine Corps Unit symbolize the authority and accountability of command. The passing of the colors from one commanding officer to another signifies the relinquishing and acceptance of command and confirms the commanding officer’s total commitment to the Marines he will command. Photo by Staff Sgt. Stephen L. Traynham

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FORT SNELLING, MINN.—Maj. Kenneth C. Gawronski, the incoming Commanding Officer of Recruiting Station Twin Cities, hands the station’s organizational colors back to SgtMaj James C. Kirkland, the sergeant major for Recruiting Station Twin Cities, during a change of command ceremony held on the grounds of Historic Fort Snelling, June 25. The Battle Colors of a Marine Corps Unit symbolize the authority and accountability of command. The passing of the colors from one commanding officer to another signifies the relinquishing and acceptance of command and confirms the commanding officer’s total commitment to the Marines he will command. Photo by Staff Sgt. Stephen L. Traynham
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Jun 25, 2010
FORT SNELLING, MINN.—Maj. Kenneth C. Gawronski, the incoming Commanding Officer of Recruiting Station Twin Cities, hands the station’s organizational colors back to SgtMaj James C. Kirkland, the sergeant major for Recruiting Station Twin Cities, during a change of command ceremony held on the grounds of Historic Fort Snelling, June 25. The Battle Colors of a Marine Corps Unit symbolize the authority and accountability of command. The passing of the colors from one commanding officer to another signifies the relinquishing and acceptance of command and confirms the commanding officer’s total commitment to the Marines he will command. Photo by Staff Sgt. Stephen L. Traynham


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